Park Sung-hyun won her second major on the LPGA Tour on Sunday with an eventful PGA Women's Championship triumph.
Marcus Kinhult let his Open de France advantage slip on Sunday as fellow Swede Alex Noren triumphed in Paris.
Three birdies in the final five holes moved Ryu So-yeon three shots clear going into the final round of the Women's PGA Championship.
Abraham Ancer shot an eight-under-par 62 to move into a tie for the lead with Francesco Molinari at 13 under.
While Sergio Garcia climbed the leaderboard at Le Golf National, Marcus Kinhult remains the man to catch after the third round.
Lydia Ko made her move at the Women's PGA Championship as three shared the lead after the second round.
Tiger Woods is in contention at the Quicken Loans National, where Brian Gay is among three tied for the lead.
Marcus Kinhult bogeyed his first four holes at the Open de France but led after 36 - the first player to do so in European Tour history.
Tiger Woods made a big move up the leaderboard on Friday at the Quicken Loans National, as his new putter proved effective.
A six-under 66 helped Park Sung-hyun take the outright lead at the Women's PGA Championship.